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    Default just bought this phone but now I have some concerns

    I am on att with an iphone 5 which expires on nov. I just found out these both use different sim cards, so what is the process to set up my moto g? I am waiting for the moto g 4g lte but its already been purchased as of today. Will I just walk into a att store and ask for a sim card? no paying any fee? no changing any plan right? I want to use same number/contract/plan just a different phone.


    Is the phone good enough to last me 2 years happily, or should I wait until nov to buy a better android on contract. My options are

    a) buy moto g 4g lte, use for next 2 years
    b) buy moto e, buy new android again at november

    either way I must have an android device for testing purposes, just trying to figure out if a moto g will last me or will I be dying in envy with other phones with 100x stronger displays (display is my biggest selling point).
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    Default Re: just bought this phone but now I have some concerns

    I've always been able to go into AT&T and get new SIM cards, no charge. Just remember to turn off iMessage.
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